A University of Victoria instructor is one of two Canadian educators on board the scientific ocean drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution that is docked off Ogden Point in Victoria.
Each one looks like an ordinary rock, but the information contained in each core is extraordinary.
Randi Wold-Brennon, a middle school teacher at the Hawaii Academy of Arts & Sciences Public Charter School in Pahoa, has been chosen to participate in the School of Rock Expedition for Educators.
On April 1, 19 science educators from across North America boarded the JOIDES Resolution as participants in the latest “School of Rock Expedition for Educators” professional development workshop.
Beginning April 1, nineteen science educators from across North America will live on board the scientific ocean drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution for nine days, as participants in the latest “School of Rock Expedition for Educators” professional development workshop.
Deep Earth Academy, the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP), and the Consortium for Ocean Leadership are pleased to announce the 2013 School of Rock Expedition for Earth and Ocean Science Educators aboard the incredible143m JOIDES Resolution, a platform outfitted for state-of-the-art scientific exploration and education.
Deep Earth Academy is seeking a scientist from the IODP community to serve as an instructor for the next School of Rock Expedition for Earth and Ocean Science Educators (SOR), which will take place in Victoria, British Columbia from April 1, 2013 to April 9, 2013 (dates may fluctuate).
Deep Earth Academy staff recently wrapped up two “School of Rock” workshops. From May 23 to June 2, proponents of selected pilot projects from the Ship-to-Shore Science kickoff meeting sailed aboard the JOIDES Resolution as it transited from Curaçao to Bermuda.